Jan 6, 2022
Adi Elliott is the Chief Revenue Officer at Canopy, an industry-leading data privacy and cybersecurity software company. Adi has over a decade of leadership experience in the software and services industries. He’s led multiple marketing, sales, product, and strategy teams recognized for innovation.
Previously, Adi founded and led Relativity’s marketing and enterprise sales teams. He later led product and marketing at Iris Data Services, a leading IT service management company. When the company was acquired by Epiq, Adi began leading strategy for Epiq’s global eDiscovery business.
No one likes to think about getting hacked. But how can you plan ahead in case your company’s data is breached?
How about a team of professionals paired with the top AI software platform for data breaches? Canopy’s AI software can perform the initial data mining. Then, it evaluates: What’s the impact? Is it an incident? Is it a breach? Do we need to review it? If there is a breach with PII, the software can also help send out notices to affected clientele much quicker than any human response. So, how can you create a response plan to help your company bounce back quicker from a data breach?
In this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels sit down with Adi Elliott, the Chief Revenue Officer of Canopy, to discuss the best practices for data breach response. Adi talks about how Canopy aligns their software with each client’s company goals, how they’re using AI to reduce costs, and why their software is so effective.